Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab had a tie. Super over was taken for the result. The score was also tied in this. Now there will be another super over.
During the match, both teams scored 176 runs for six wickets in 20 overs. Both teams scored 5-5 runs in the super over.
Mumbai Indians did not start well. Captain Rohit Sharma, who picked the batting after winning the toss, failed. In the third over, he was bowled by Arshdeep Singh. Rohit Sharma was able to score nine runs.
In the next over, Mohammed Shami sent Surya Kumar Yadav to the pavilion. He could not even eat. Mumbai got the third blow in the sixth over. Arshadeep Singh caught Ishaan Kishan by Murugan Ashwin. Only seven runs came off Ishaan’s bat.
When the third wicket fell, there were only 38 runs in Mumbai’s account. Quinton de Kock, who came for the opening, was handling one end. He along with Krunal Pandya, who came in at number five, added 58 runs for the fourth wicket.
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Ravi Vishnoi broke the pair with the wicket of Krunal Pandya in the 14th over. Krunal scored 34 runs in 30 balls. Hardik Pandya, who came to take his place, scored a six and took the team’s score to 100 runs.
In the next over, De Cock hit a four and a six over Ashwin. In this over, he also completed the half century. After 15 overs, Mumbai’s score was 114 runs for four wickets.
In the 16th over, Mohammad Shami sent Hardik Pandya to the pavilion. Hardik scored eight runs. Chris Jordan put the brakes on De Cock’s innings in the 17th over. De Kock scored 53 runs off 43 balls.
Kerrone Pollard opened hands in the 18th over. He hit sixes off Arshdeep’s first two balls. Nathan Coulter Nile hit two fours on the fourth and fifth balls. 22 runs were scored in this over.
In the 19th over, Mohammed Shami bowled and Mumbai batsmen scored 12 runs in this over. In this over, Nile hit two fours.
In the last over, Pollard hit a six on Jordan’s first and fifth balls and hit a four on the last ball. Total 20 runs scored in this over. And the Mumbai team managed to reach a challenging score of 176 for six.
Pollard hit four sixes and a four in a 34-ball unbeaten innings. Nile scored an unbeaten 24 with the help of four fours. The two shared a 57-run partnership in 3.3 overs.